Man beats his wife to death, drinks weedicide in suicide attempt

Man beats his wife to death, drinks weedicide in suicide attempt

A father of two believed to be in his 30s, Kwabena Ahi has overwhelmed his wife, Armah Patience to demise at Apente, a farming community in the Western North Region.

Reports point out that the couple engaged in a struggle main to the unlucky growth.

Antwi Ofori, a resident of the Apente community explained that the couple had been combating often in latest occasions.

Ahi after discovering out his wife was dead, additionally took in a toxic chemical suspected to be a weedicide to kill himself.

Man beats his wife to death, drinks weedicide in suicide attempt

However, he was discovered helpless in the bushes and subsequently taken to the Juaboso Government Hospital for treatment.

The police from Sehwi Bodi visited the scene and the body was taken to the Juaboso Government Hospital for additional investigation.

The couple has two children, a 4-year-old boy and a 1-year-old girl.

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